Electronic dictionary that will identify handwritten kanji pairs?

White Rabbit no long handles electronic dictionaries and, so, does not answer this question:
Is there an electronic dictionary that will give the reading(s) if the user scribes kanji pairs (triplet…), or does the reader still need to go to Nelson or use a one-at-a-time kanji reader and then go through the compounds? Does this problem change as one advances and simply dissipate for the 60’s? Obliged, dba Geezer.

I’ve always used the Japanese app on iOS (and I think Android too), which lets you draw kanji in. You draw them one at a time but can do as many as you like then search. If that’s what you’re looking for I can’t recommend it enough as a dictionary app.

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Thank you. That is fine help. Geezer

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